© Benjamin Maus & Julius von BismarcK, “Perpetual Storytelling Apparatus” is a drawing machine illustrating a never-ending story by the use of patent drawings, 2009

zimoun_woodwoorms_800px© Zimoun, 25 woodworms, wood, microphone, sound system, 2009

chambered1© John Powers, Chanbered #1, sculpture

casey-reas-2© Casey Reas, Process 11 (Installation 1), 2006. Software projection, Variable Size

‘The Rotten Fruit Tardis’ is a software environment created by artist James Paterson. It is the latest incarnation of his online space, Presstube.com (founded in 1999). TRFT is being developed and changed on an ongoing basis;

brown© Daniel Brown, Software as Furniture, 2005 – . Touring Installation.

infinite-monkeysUS programmer Jesse Anderson has put the theory to the test by creating millions of virtual monkeys who, apparently, have already typed up Shalespeare’s narrative poem, A Lover’s Complaint and are 99.99% of their way through the complete works. “This is the largest work ever randomly reproduced. It is one small step for a monkey, one giant leap for virtual primates everywhere,” blogged Anderson.

datamatics-datatron_3sxga© Ryoji Ikeda, Data Tron, 2009

Michael Kontopoulos’ Inner Forests installation augments and expands your shadow with the gentle growth of trees and shrubs. The longer you stand still, the more growth you see. But if you move, it quickly recedes.

screen-capture-1© Mary Ellen Bute, Synchromy No. 4: Escape, 1938

OSsmstripsc© Oskar Ficshinger, Sounding Ornaments, 1932

original© Peter Kubelka, Arnulf Rainer, 1960. Film

112027109450319181rEL3VhYxc© Frieder Nake, Walk-through-Raster

vlcsnap-2012-10-20-19h21m54s6© Viking Eggeling, Symphonie diaganale, 1924 | Short, 7 min

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